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i knew i didn't have the second book. steven's story, i asked myself questions. a lot of writers do that that's usually how i begin. what did he do? who did he meet when he got off the train? who was this man servant? what was his life about? it all began with the seeds and the particular questions, as simple as that. although, then, i had to answer them. what i had done is i usual low don't work with an out line. a lot of writers do they will out line what will happen and sometimes they have to because like if you are writing a mystery you need to write out the plot. i write about characters the characters drive the story. when that hatched i sat down and said, what happens is, a, he arrived and gets off the train what's going to happen. >> i know z, he would get on the train and leave at the evented book. i didn't know the alphabet in between. i was nervous and i took one step at a time very japanese like. i began to study and read everything i could find on the japanese culture. the incredible thing was not having everything that went into it and it still became a quiet book. th
-ahead to go back over to the embassy that perhaps they could have gotten ambassador stevens out alive. i'm not happy to say that, but i'm very dissatisfied with what happened in washington, the top leadership of this country. our military and our agents and our people out there deserve better. megyn: captain nash, you have to look at this in the greater context. these guys in libya, they knew they didn't have adequate security and they were requesting more from washington. they were requesting just to keep what they had and they were told no. the security was being reduced steadily. the british ambassador had an attempt made on his life. the brits shut down that their consulate. the red cross pulled out of libya. our ambassador in his diary was documenting his fears, he believed he was upon an al qaeda hit list. while the navy seals are begging for permission to save him, the permission was denied. how does that happen? >> that scenario i just laid out, megyn, just screams malfeasance. we spend a tremendous amount of money on our intelligence community and military. we have all the tools
will host the n.l. consumer winner, steven from washington, d.c. log on to for details. with one out, nobody on, the batter will be andy dirks. batting for garcia with one out, nobody on, took a ball. dirks had a great year with the bat. hit .322. pinch-hit last night. made an out. 0 for 1 in this world series and the count 1-1. 1-1, grounds to the right side and there is scutaro! two out. and the batter will be gerald laird, who is 0 for 2 tonight. scutaro, even though he's been held hitless tonight, already factored in on the relay to the plate to cut down prince fielder back in the second. >> tim: seems like yesterday. >> joe: he has shown great range at second base, as this giants team has gotten so much stronger up the middle the second half of the season with the addition of scutaro. crawford has played much better at short, and pagan is a very good defensive center fielder. that doesn't even count the guy that starts the action with the signs behind home plate, buster posey. that's a strike. it's 1-1. >> tim: when that taking was made by -- when that tag was made
had tailored two of the characters for steven anthony jones and gregry wallace. it's interesting that gregory wallace, an african american man, was supposed to play mr. oge, an excentric neisei who likes literature. i thought it would be an interesting thing to do. but after a while we did a reading and we realized as good an actor as gregory is, it was pushing his limits for him to play a japanese american character in the late 40's. >> i imagine him as being much older. >> in the course of writing the play and using various actors, he became younger. this chinese actor is more like a character in his mid to late 30's, excentric, a career bachelor who is into russian literature and who fashions himself kind of patterned after the japanese artists of the 30's and 40's. he has round sort of glasses and a braid. but getting back to the question of creating characters, for example african american characters, i'm also caution -- i had written another play called johann that was about an african american gi and a japanese wife that got married in post war japan. i wrote that play 20
heroes, pat park and steven rumble. [ applause ] >> thank you, so much, jen. and it is such an incredible honor to be here. thank you for america for hosting us, thank you for being an active inspiration, here for us and to the program. which we will talk more about today which was found in large part by... and thank you for getting the whole... chief information officer and mayor it is a huge honor to be in your presence as well. >> thank you so much for coming. >> thank you. >> and thank you all for taking time out of your busy schedules to come here today. we are here for a work session. we are actually going to go deep on which... and get your thoughts. so here is actually what is going to happen for the next couple of hours or so. we are going to have a brief context and then we will hear mayor lee make an exciting announcement. which i will introduce the projects and we will do... and break out into session and go deep and provide feedback. i need it and come back together for a... session. so,... talk about something called the... which is really an un
ucsf from their collaboration and particularly to claudia, and steven. speaking of partnerships i would like to call your attention to one of our strongest partnership and that is the bridge to success program. and that is a partnership between the city and county of san francisco, the department of children, youth and families, san francisco unified school districts, city college, and san francisco state university. you will see available out in the foyer, some information regarding this partnership. and the goals of this partnership are actually very simple. the goal is that we want to create a strong college and career pathway that is pre-k through post secondary in our city. the brochure is available for your information and it will highlight the work and activitis that happens, including a college fair that happens every year, parties for incoming freshman and i want you to know that the last registration party that we held at three different sites enroll for the classes. for more information visit i want to want marine karo in helping us to make that a rea
is facing criticism that left ambassador christopher stevens and three other americans dead. david martin reports. >> reporter: two and a half hours after the attack began a drone was diverted to the consulate in benghazi. that plus a second unarmed drone dispatched four hours and 15 minutes later were the only military forces sent to the scene of the attack. commandos were dispatched from europe to sigonella, sicily. by the time they got there the attack in benghazi was over. leon panetta defended the response saying the situation on the ground was too confusing. >> you don't deploy forces into harm's way without knowing what's going on, without having some real-time information about what's taking place. >> reporter: he said senior officers including general carter hamm and general martin dempsey all opposed military intervention. >> general hamm, general dempsey and i felt very strongly that we could not put forces at risk in that situation. >> the attack occurred on the anniversary of 9/11. >> did you have forces on any heightened alert in that area because of the approaching annivers
of spalding ave. investigators say officer steven white returned fire, striking little. little is currently in hospital and will be charged on release. a former nypd police plot to kidnap dozens of flynt -- kidnapped and eat dozens of women? currently inand >> a former nypd officer with ties to maryland is charged in a disturbing cannibalistic plot. he is accused of illegally accessing information, national crime center and in using it to kidnap, khiel, cooked and eaten in. he had detailed files on his computer describing the victims. he had named at least 100 potential victims and had begun surveillance on some of them. he graduated from the university of maryland, college park, in 2006. a man is in critical condition in new york after -- a woman is in critical condition in new york after setting two children to death and then stabbing herself. the mother came home to find the children on the floor of the bathroom. the nannie had self-inflicted knife wounds. she is in police custody at a hospital, suffering from critical injuries. still to come, trex, treats, goals and goblins, halloween i
that may need the sandbag, is steven's hardware, selling storm items from lamps to extension cords to tarps. even though some businesses have been through this before, it doesn't make it any easier, it's never easy because you rarely want to go through it again. you say i hope it never happens again. i have had earthquakes and tornados and hurricanes, high tides and floods. high winds. everything in the last year it seems like. >> the key is, there is no need to panic, just prepare. >> reporter: in annapolis, don harrison, abc2 news. >>> we will follow sandy throughout the weekend, when we are not on the air we are tracking the storm on line. go to for updates on sandy how the area is preparing and tips on what you can do to stay safe. >>> everyone is getting busy for the storm including the red cross, i'm joined by doug from the chesapeake area red cross. what should people do right now? >> if there is a hurricane, you have warning, you can go to the store and get 3-day supply of food and water in case the power goes out. make sure you have extra things like medications that y
again where we tell you about a bonus video you can find on our website. steven's got the video. >> someone created the exorcism of honey boo boo. it's pretty scary, but i've got to think honey boo boo's hilarious, no matter what she does. >> head to our website and click on -- >> best of "rtm." >>> sometime was you're 4, your dad doesn't let you stay up to watch the end of the baseball game, even when that baseball game is game seven of the nlcs between your favorite team the cardinals amend the san francisco giants. >> it's late. we're going to go to bed. we'll see what happens. we'll wake up in the morning and see what happens. >> but, dad, the game will be over. >> this is little cy, it was the fifth inning. dad sam said, you've got to go to bed, man. past your bedtime. but the cardinals were losing. >> he said, but they're going to lose. they're not going to make the world series. >> they're not going to go to the world series, dad. >> oh! >> dad has to break the tough news we all have to learn sometime. >> not everybody guess to go to the world series. >> and -- i hate thi
for change. our own steven stock heads to washington, d.c. to find out what congress is doing about child labor laws in america. >>> iphones and rumors from apple. and microsoft says don't forget about us as they offer a new mobile choice. >>> and they're certainly adding up the records set this year for a particular type of school in california. >>> not everything is golden for apple. the company underdelivered for many investors. >> be just apple, another local company in our tech headlines. let's bring in business and tech reporter scott budman. >> another busy part of this week, business. so far pretty good. good enough for apple to sell close to 276 27 million ipads. apple revealing it has $121 billion in the bank and it will pay shareholders a dividend of $2.65 a share. as for that stock price, very closely watched in the bay area. it didn't move much after hours,ial though the profit numbers were up. apple investors expected more and that kept the stock bottled up. meanwhile, a rumor got out that apple is planning to launch its own music streaming service sometime next year. pandor
. ambassador stevens move to the bathroom within the safe area which has a window. they try to open it but it doesn't help. there's just too much smoke. they drop to the floor trying to get air. even down there they can't breathe. they leave the safe haven and take their chances. they find another window grill they can open. this is the window the special agent jimmies open and crawls out of. stevens and smith do not crawl out after him. even though he can barely see barely breathe he goes back in. he goes back in and out several times. he can't find them. he is over come with smoke. he struggled up a small ladder to the roof of the building and collapses. he radios the other agents. another u.s. agent emerges from the tact kel operation center throwing a smoke grenade he moves to the small residence and gets the two agents there out. the three get into an armored vehicle parked nearby and drive a short distance to the large residence. they crawl into the residence on their hands and knees feeling their way through the building to try to find their two colleagues. they find smith, t
, steven more common joins me to talk about prosperity and the presidential election. ♪ ♪ lou: new accusations today from vice-president joe biden hitting governor romney and republicans on taxes in a campaign event in wisconsin. >> you cannot erase what you have already done. they voted to extend tax cuts for the wealthy giving $500 trillion tax cut so 120,000 families. lou: that's a lot of money. 500 trillion. you have to love the vice-president, his view on things and, his expression. for a little perspective, the national debt is 16 trillion. we'll just leave it there. my next guest says there is no case on economic grounds to raise taxes. joining me now, senior economic writer for the wall street journal, stephen moore, author of the new book, the truth about opportunity, taxes, and wealth in america. great to have you with us. >> great to be with you. can i say something? this is really the problem in washington. you know, and it's not just joe biden. these politicians can't tell the difference between a billion and a trillion. the the numbers are so big now, everybody's eyes
was steven swart. steven swart says that in 1995, when phil anderson had left the team, the riders complained that the european opponents were doping. >> did you talk with lance armstrong about the need to start using epo to be competitive? >> we had -- we had a discussion about it, yeah. >> what did mr. armstrong say? >> he said if we're going to the tour, we've got to -- we've got to perform. we need the results. >> what did that mean? >> i think you didn't have to be a rocket scientist to figure it, you know? if we were going to be competitive, there was only one road to take. >> was there a discussion about doping in any way with mr. swart? >> the only aspect that is true is that he was on the team. beyond that, not true. >> you don't want to miss cnn's special documentary. it's called "the world according to lance armstrong." set the dvr, 9:00 eastern tomorrow night here on cnn. >>> if you were not watching last night, you missed a moment that has everyone talking today. one of mitt romney's top advisers suggests that clone powell endorsed barack obama baus of race. all of this comes thi
, steven. >>> we move now to the storms. the east coast is preparing for another perfect storm, hurricane sandy now in the bahamas is expected to combine with a huge weather system from the west. >> we'll check in, again, with david bernard and look at preparations in the northeast on "cbs this morning." >>> but right now, before you eat that bagel, put some butter and bacon on it, just kidding. before you put sugar in your coffee, we have a word of caution about carbs. >> good morning, today in "healthwatch," carbohydrates and your brain. turns out they may not only take a toll on your waistline, but your brain can suffer too. a study shows people 70 or older who eat a lot of high-carb foods have a four times risk of cognitive impairment, but fat and protein seem to have the opposite effect. people with high-fat diets had a 42% of decreased risk of cognitive impairment and those with the highest protein impairment had a 21% reduce risk. a diet too high in carbs and sugar can prevent the brain from metabolizing fuel effectively, similar to what's seen in type 2 diabetes. as with most thin
more. chris stevens and tleers died in that attack. i am mary ann raf pert. now ba -- marianne rafferty. now back to "on the record"." >> don't mess with texas. they are threatening to arrest observers if they get too close to the polls. they are threatening the security and cooperation in europe. it opposes voter id laws and insists the monitors should keep an eye on the texas polls. texas says the group should butt out. joining us is abc news senior washington editor rick klein washington bureau chief michael krau lee and weekly standard steve haze. >> of all of the things i am thinking about as we head into the last 12 days of this election this is not something that keeps me up at night. it is sort of funny in an absurd way silly way when you have 12 of the 44 countries to make up the osce to judge who is not free or partly unfree. you have countries like kazakhstan hasn't had free elections to come and pass judge on our elections. there is somebody humorous about it. >> i really don't like it. >> radio oo it is not a texas side problem. a lot of people are waiting on this they woul
responded to shots being fired around stevens creek the victim was transported to the hospital and no arrests. there is a news crew on the weight and we will keep you updated. it is 4:07. this quick shot from the cameras and florida. we are still tracking the latest from hurricane sandy it did some damage from haiti, cuba, and will keep you updated on its behalf. >> a quick check of the market the stocks closed modestly. taking a quick look at the numbers. the dow jones finished about 27 points at most of the afternoon with procter and gamble the biggest earnings. and apple missed expectations up with lower than forecast ipad sales. we will be talking more about that. and the first-time unemployment claims have dropped under 23,000. 69,000 was whitman initially thought it was the no. but some improvements were thought to be in september but delayed data with 2.3 million americans can be to file for benefits in the mid october. >> it is going to be paid for the high-tech with windows 8. it is going to be -- a big day and also ipad mini will be ready for taking orders the microso
between ambassador stevens and sean smith were killed. the other two gentlemen killed four hours later. they could have done something, got boots on the ground in the compound. maybe saved the two. this is more of the coverup. >> kimberly: what do you think? >> dana: well, on the november 15 hearing i think i saw that it is going to be closed door. we won't be able to see it. only read and hear about it later. from a good government standpoint good idea. one of the questions if you take what secretary panetta says, okay, if that's true, and you didn't have the information, one of the best questions is why didn't they know ahead of time? why was our intel, why didn't we catch it beforehand? that is a question all taxpayers deserve. sooner rather than later after the election. >> greg: wasn't a libya suspect in the attack killed in cairo? >> bob: today. >> greg: did the egyptians kill him? they must love the video. the drone caught a lot of this on tape. there is a film people should see or be interested in. not the other film. this will tell you everything. if you want explanations, the
to libya, chris stevens. early today the father of a former navy seal killed in the attack spoke with megyn on her program. he had strong words for the white house. >> the facts came out that in real time the white house a minute after the first bullet was fired, they watched my son and denied his threes for help. my son violated his orders in order to protect the likes of at least 30 people. he risked his life to be a hero. i wish that the leadership in the white house had that same level of moral courage that my son displayed. >>shepard: the words of a grieving party. panetta said the pentagon did not have a clear enough picket of what was happening on the ground in benghazi to send help. jennifer is with the news at the pentagon. this idea that the people would be second-guessing the military in the middle of this as the investigation is underway... >> what we have learned from sources present in benghazi during the attack three things. there were, was unusually a help from the c.i.a. annex a mile from the consulate stating at 9:40 p.m. they asked their c.i.a. chain of command in order
sheedy went to a section of d.c. where it has always been hammered critic steven tschida went to a section of d.c. where it has always been a problem with flooding. >> at the storm approaches, of the tension is rising in bloomingdale. people worried some of them spending the day to do what they could to protect their property. this makeshift barrier is to hopefully keep the storm drain clear. rhode island avenue and t streets nw is the heart of bloomingdale. residents tried to clear leaves from guards and hope to cleat the drains clear. >> this is ground zero. everything collects right here. >> they worked frantically putting screens over brains. some residents have pulled out sandbags from this summer. >> four times, july, august, and september. >> some residents are trying to keep their homes dry when the heavy rain falls. >> when the supply lines get full and the water starts to back flow into the house, from the city sewer line. >> they hope this backflow preventer will protect his home when sadie strikes. meanwhile as the storm approaches, his frustration grows. >> still
didn't believe he could do it and he has proven that he couldn't do it. >> reporter: robert stevens is an independent and obama 2008 supporter. >> it was something different for the country, something that hadn't happened before, electsing a black president. i got caught up in that a little bit. but i think he's a disappointment. >> reporter: you don't like what you got but you're not sold on the alternate? >> absolutely not. i don't know who i'm going to vote for. >> reporter: living in a battleground there's no escaping the ads or the get out the vote. >> i want to hang up the phone. i want to make my own independent decision. i don't want anybody shoving stuff down my throat. i thought i would have been there by now but i'm not but i will be by election day. >> reporter: tense final days in a place long known for its historic battle fields but a newcomer for the world of presidential battle grounds. >>> the key is turnout. both campaigns knowing it's a tossup state say they know what this takes to win. here's why the republicans say they're confident. they have 1 million dor knoc
of that offensive word to describe the president of the united states, special olympian john stevens ote a heartfelt, open letter explaining just why that word should not be an insult. here is what he had to say. >> dear ann coulter, come on, miss coulter, you aren't dumb and you aren't shallow, so why are you constantly using a word like the r word as an insult? i am a 30-year-old man with down syndrome who has struggled with the public's perception that my disability means i am dumb and shallow. i am not either of those things. i do process information a little more slowly than the rest of you. >> you can hear more from that special olympics athlete, live on piers morgan tonight, 9:00 p eastern. >>> the bunt that stayed fair. more giant luck? great execution? or are the tigers cursed? ncer ] citi turns 200 this year. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achieve
, this is such a very serious conversation to have, in an san francisco they have taken great pride and chris stevens, went to the service with his family and others, the secretary of state has rightfully called for this accountability review under the leadership of secretary pickeringable, .. ambassador pickering, he held both titles, the fbi is having it own investigatn into i and that is that we have to find out. i do think it is shameful that the republicans in the house of representatives have been willing to reveal forces and methods which is -- people go to jail for that, and endangering the lives. >> rose: how would you character try what they did? >> what they did was they dumped -- without any -- >> rose: characterize what they did you would say what about? was it -- >> what they did was, we have an expression in intelligence, loose lips sink ships, and you cannot talk about soues, whenever you are trying to -- they were having a political agenda, they know that the secretary called for an accountability review, they know the fbi was investigating. >> rose: so what they did endangered the
criticized for its response to the attack that killed ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. senator corker has been one of those demanding answers and he's "outfront" tonight. senator, good to see you again. you heard leon panetta giving a nuanced answer as to why he made the decisions that he made, and general ham made. does that answer satisfy you? >> well, there was some confusion. i know the folks we had in tripoli had to actually charter a civilian flight to get up to benghazi. they had to be led with a militia and a circuitous route that were anti-american to finally get to the benghazi consulate. so i actually am somewhat sympathetic to the military action. i'm totally unsympathetic to what the white house knew at that time. i know the white house knew in real-time this was a terrorist attack. and i just am very disappointed at the continual misleading and the fact that the administration has used this as a -- they have turned it into a political issue by doing what they did. >> now, let me ask you, because secretary of state hillary clinton, as you know, has said it
. there were plenty of opportunities to save woods and doherty who died four hours after stevens and smith. a lot of questions. i want to know if it's leon panetta. did he say stand down -- >> bob: the c.i.a. -- >> eric: bob, i'm not saying that. leon panetta said he had the opportunity to send assets and he chose not to, because it violated the 24-hour rule. whatever 24-hour rule he had. >> dana: what leon panetta was saying there is a lot of monday morning quarterbacking going on, which is why we have the news media in our country. you seek out information and find out. the one thing strange, you were at the state department and the white house.ike this was unfolding you wouldn't know about it within a few minutes. this is an hour's long situation. still, they don't send help after that time. boston idea that -- first, petraeus is the head of the c.i.a., the commander in iraq. and in afghanistan. >> dana: your point is? >> bob: the idea that somehow petraeus would leave his men unprotected is ridiculous. anybody who said i want to know who the intelligence sources are on the ground, numb
's a quick preview. want to go to stephen hayes right now with me. steven, good morning to you. >> good morning, bill. bill: stark county in the northeast later tonight for a romney rally with paul ryan. what do you think of the analysis and how you see ohio at the moment? >> i will be there. i will be in stark county. i think it is dead on. i think, there's a reason everybody everywhere is talking about ohio and it is because as you suggest, the path is just so much easier for either candidate. i think for president obama, if he wins ohio, the obama team believes that that is almost what they need to assure victory. i'm not sure that's correct. i think there are ways mitt romney could win without ohio. but certainly ohio makes that path much, much easier. bill: you will get a good sense on the ground. we'll be there later in the weekend broadcasting early next week. watch the three biggest counties. may seem obvious to do that. between hamilton, franklin, cuyahoga counties you have cincinnati, columbus and cleveland. i think very early into the night on november 6th watch the returns e
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